Topical legal content articles for marketing family law

With a constant stream of case law relating to divorce and family law emanating from the courts, it is important to keep your website up to date if you are to be seen as a leader in your field.  But, how easy is it to find the time to write marketing articles when you are busy representing the best interest of your clients?

 A monthly subscription to the family law articles from the Berners legal content library will ensure that you have all the marketing content that your law firm needs to keep your website up to date, populate client newsletters and provide topical material for social media.

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Previous legal topics

Examples of the family law topics issued to our subscribers over the last six months include:

A step-by-step guide to no-fault divorce

  • a reminder of the key changes since April 2022;

  • the practical steps to getting a no-fault divorce;

  • timescales and what you will need for your application; and

  • using mediation to help resolve arrangements amicably.

The advantages of mediation to resolve a family dispute

  • an overview of the mediation process;
  • types of disputes mediation can help to resolve;
  • the key advantages of the mediation process over going to court; and
  • situations where mediation may be an unsuitable option.

Is my prenuptial agreement binding?

  • will the family court uphold a prenuptial agreement?
  • factors which could affect the validity of your prenup;
  • making changes to an existing agreement; and
  • applying to the court to disregard a prenuptial agreement on divorce.

Reconciliation; can we change our minds about getting a divorce?

  • when is the latest opportunity to stop a divorce?
  • what are my options during the divorce process?
  • trial reconciliation and formal separations; and
  • supporting your children through the change.

Think twice before using social media during a family dispute

  • why you should avoid using social media while annoyed;
  • risks associated with negative social media posts about someone;
  • using past posts as evidence in family courts; and
  • things to consider before posting on social media platforms.

Enforcing child contact arrangements

  • advice if another parent is notabiding by the court order;

  • consequences of breaching a child arrangement order;

  • courts powers in enforcing child contact arrangements; and

  • taking action on welfare concerns for a child.

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